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When it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT), the cloud plays a major role in allowing developers to distribute computing between edge devices and remote digital services. This architecture opens up the potential for a multitude of solutions where devices and cloud services work in concert over today's high-speed communication channels using efficient protocols. Of course, supporting all of this requires strong two-way communications right from the physical layer up to the application layer.
With billions of "things" becoming connected in the era of IoT, security is a significant issue and remains a top concern for many customers. This in turn becomes a tough challenge for developers to overcome within their own solutions; therefore, IoT security should strive to fulfill the following requirements:
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